Children’s Science Event: On Saturday, May 20 from 1 – 3 pm, Ludington Library will host Dr. David Bradstreet, Astronomer and Author, for a family event: “Introducing Children to the Universe.”
Dr. Bradstreet has worked with NASA, and runs the observatory and planetarium at Eastern University. The event includes crafts for children and a dessert buffet!
Call 610-525-1776, ext 5 to make your FREE reservation.
Before Appleford: Stoke Pogis, Red Rose and the Villanova Company
Wednesday, May 24 at 7:00 pm
You are invited to join us for a meet & greet networking event with Nancy Gold, President and Master Shirtmaker of King’s Collar and Author of Shirt Tales: The Stories Behind a Successful Startup.
The new book delivers an inside look at the highs and lows that come with starting a business from the ground up. Copies will be available for purchase and signing.
When & Where: May 18, 2017, 6pm-8pm, Tropicraft Patio (formerly Philadelphia Sports Club).
Enjoy light bites from Felicia’s Pizza and discounts from Tropicraft Patio Furniture.
There is no charge for this event, but please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 11th.
Mayor’s Movie Night will be at Narb Parklet 3.0!
On Friday, May 19, 2017 we’re showing “The Book of Life” at Parklet 3.0 at the corner of Haverford and Forrest Avenues beginning at dusk (around 7:30 PM-ish…)
Mayor’s Movie Night is always “FREE” and we’ll have a Food Truck available (“Yay!”). Parents/Guardians: We won’t be having babysitting but we have an arrangement for Solo Cups with the Greeks/McSheas/Pub (just ask for the “Solo Cup”-Please Order Food too!) Join us for fun night under the stars!
Click here to register: https://goo.gl/forms/vRz6RGVFG4ShDxTR2
May 4, 2017 Program – The Garden as Ecosystem
Thursday, May 4, 2107, at 7:15 p.m. Narberth Borough Building, 100 Conway Avenue, Narberth, Pa., 19072, use Haverford Ave. entrance. Free for members; visitors welcome with $6. admission. Kenneth D. Frank will show the Narberth Area Garden Club how managing a garden as an ecosystem can serve the plants and the planet and can also bring us pleasure. As a retired physician living in downtown Philadelphia, this longtime natural science enthusiast found time to observe, study, and photograph natural history within walking distance of his home, gaining insights into urban ecology and recounting them in a fascinating book, Ecology of Center City, Philadelphia. This will be a terrific program. Come and bring a friend!
May 20, 2017 – Field Trip
On Saturday, May 20, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. we will have a guided tour of Morris Arboretum, which will include the fabulous new outdoor kinetic sculpture exhibit. We will have lunch after the tour (in the Arboretum outdoor cafe, weather permitting). The tour is complimentary for members but if you are joining us for lunch everyone will need to bring $16 to pay for your lunch. Tour fee for non-member visitors is $13 ($11 for seniors). We plan to carpool from the Narberth parking lot near the basketball courts but if you may also meet us at the site.
MAIN LINE SCHOOL NIGHT–TWO EXCITING CLASSES FOR CHORAL SINGERS
Conductor Jonathan Flowers of Mindful Music, LLC presents two innovative classes for beginning and experienced adult singers. “A-Choiring Skills” is course providing thorough instruction in reading pitches and rhythms as well as vocal fundamentals (breath control, range development, and tone production).
The Main Line Chorale is a new mixed choir for adults that sings a varied repertoire and provides ongoing instruction in music reading, music appreciation and vocal training. The classes may be taken together or separately.
Both classes meet Tuesday evenings on May 23 & 30 and June 20 & 27 at the Creutzberg Center, 260 Gulph Creek Road in Radnor. To register, contact Main Line School Night at 610-687-0460 or http://www.MainLineSchoolNight.org. For further information, contact Jonathan Flowers at www.jdflowersmusic.com or 610-724-2540.